Jed Had To Die by Tara Sivec ~ Blog Tour w/ Review

Grab your FORK and your LIQUID CRACK 

Jed Had To Die

By: Tara Sivec

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5 Stars of Don’t Eat that Pie!
 
Would you love a great piece of blueberry pie? Well you may want to think twice if getting it in Bald Knob, KY! 
 
Tara tackles a tough domestic issue with this one in only the way that Tara can…with tons of wine, laughs, coffee and one HOT sheriff. 
 
“You know every time you say Bald Knob I picture a town square with a giant stone statue of an old guy with his dick hanging out. And people flocking to the statue to touch his ‘bald knob’ for good luck,”
 
A fun, mysterious read with a HAWT reformed geek and lots of caffeine. 
 
There’s murder afoot, the town golden boy is dead…he wasn’t all that golden. 
 
Payton escaped the small town drama of Bald Knob but when her best friend needs her she returns after 12 years. Saving Emma Jo is her main goal. A town full of gossip, a hot sheriff and every bad decision she ever made is brought front and center all with out being able to find a decent cup of coffee. Let the fun and angst ensue. A lot of wine and some mischief lead to a great tale! Bettie, Payton and Emma Jo are on a mission to solve the mystery of Jed’s death. 
 
This is fun, with many lol moments and this town is awesome. Makes you wonder what that geeky kid you knew in high school turned out to be. Another great Tara read! This one shows all her talents. The fun, quirky characters mixed with mystery and angst. Leo can cuff me anytime! 
 
 

Synopsis:

The happiest day of Payton Lambert’s life was the day she graduated high school and watched Bald Knob, Kentucky get smaller and smaller in her rearview mirror. She wanted more for her life than a tiny town where everyone knows your business and you can’t find a decent cup of coffee for at least forty miles. Twelve years later, an unexpected phone call in the middle of the night has her packing up her life in Chicago and racing back home to the one person she ever regretted leaving behind.

Upon her return, she sees that Leo Hudson, the scrawny boy who followed Payton around like a puppy and could recite cow insemination facts in his sleep, is long gone. Leo is still hot on her heels, but now he’s wearing a sheriff badge and dead set on solving a murder that may or may not involve Payton…along with half the town. In a place where the biggest crime happened the day someone kicked a few of his cows, people are pointing fingers, rumors are spreading like wildfire, and Payton swears she’s only making out with the sweet-talking, studly sheriff to distract him from the secrets she’s keeping. 

When you’ve been tased, peed on by a yippy dog named Bo Jangles, and can’t stop picturing what Sheriff Hudson looks like naked, it will be a tough job making everyone agree that…Jed had to die.


 
About the Author

Tara Sivec is a USA Today best-selling author, wife, mother, chauffeur, maid, short-order cook, baby-sitter, and sarcasm expert. She lives in Ohio with her husband and two children and looks forward to the day when they all three of them become adults and move out.
 

After working in the brokerage business for fourteen years, Tara decided to pick up a pen and write instead of shoving it in her eye out of boredom. Her novel Seduction and Snacks won first place in the Indie Romance Convention Reader’s Choice Awards 2013 for Best Indie First Book and she was voted as Best Author in the Indie Romance Convention Reader’s Choice Awards for 2014.

In her spare time, Tara loves to dream about all of the baking she’ll do and naps she’ll take when she ever gets spare time.

Tara loves tackling new genres so there’s something for everyone! Currently, she has books in the following categories:

Romantic Comedy
Romantic Suspense
Erotic Romantic Suspense
Romantic Mystery/Comedy
Contemporary Romance
Psychological Thriller

 

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